Special Interest groups are for CMF members with shared professional or personal circumstances and interests.
Their aim is the dissemination of news, information and resources, to broaden connections and deepen fellowship throughout CMF.
Special Interest groups so far created are:
Planned, present or past service in the British Army (Regular or Territorial).
Coaching & Mentoring
Members involved in coaching and mentoring of Colleagues.
Drug & Alcohol Recovery - Derrett Watts
Members with clinical interest in drug and alcohol dependence and recovery.
Locums and other Nomads - Helena Tabry
Members in short-term posts and/or frequently relocating.
Korean members working in the UK and others with experience of working there, personal interest or connections of family, friendship and prayer.
Prayer Strategy - Mark
Developing the prayer strategy of CMF, supporting individual members and the whole fellowship in prayer.
Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine (PHEM) - Philip Lucas
Members, including BASICS doctors, working in Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine.
Refugee doctors, and others working with refugees or victims of torture.
Royal Air Force
Planned, present or past service in the Royal Air Force.
Planned, present or past service in the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.
Forensic physicians and psychiatrists, prison doctors and Sexual Assault Referral Centre SOEs.
South Korea - Hyunmi Park
Korean members working in the UK and others with connections of family, friendship and prayer.
Stress and Resilience - Sunil Raheja
Personal or professional interest in the subject of stress and emotional resilience.
Women in Surgery - Rebekah Wilson
Prospective, current and retired female members in surgical specialties sharing ideas, thoughts, advice, encouragement and information about events.
Please note that the above links are not intended as a resource for personal healthcare advice or provision, or a medical opinion on any matter, but solely for use by doctors, nurses, midwives and nursing students on the business of CMF.
Catalyst Team Leader: leads the work of CMF in a region, this role replaces the Regional Team Leader role in regions with the new catalyst teams.
Regional Team Leader: overseeing point of contact for Links in the geographical region.
Local Link: a point of contact between the members living or working in a town, district or rural area.
Workplace Link: a point of contact between the members working in a hospital, surgery, health centre or other relevant place of work.
Church Link: a point of contact between the members in a local church fellowship, and liaison with the church leadership.
Local Meetings: meetings of members for fellowship including former 'graduate' and 'open house' meetings.
Student Link: a medical student who provides a link between the student group and national CMF and is actively involved in running the local group.